Can MeToo succeed in a culture where children are married off for social or economic exigencies?
The Uzbek president will arrive in New Delhi on Sunday.
The implicit contrariness of democracies is more a respite from singular trouble than an agreeable pact.
Why is there fanfare when some people pass away and not when their colleagues with equal merit go?
A pro-Hindutva legislator terms homosexuality a genetic disorder and calls for medical research to rectify it
A monopoly on the popular medium of information (and disinformation) has seldom prevented the fall of unpopular regimes.
The five human rights activists will not be sent to jail but be under house arrest until Sept 6, rules top court.
Arundhati Roy sees coup against constitution; "What else is this if not fascism?" one intellectual asks.
Pro-Hindutva groups are campaigning to foment a Hindu-Muslim divide in Kerala — having failed, they look desperate.
Military personnel from India and Pakistan are participating in an anti-terrorism exercise organised by SCO in Russia.
"Large dam projects on the Indus River must be based on thorough understanding and research on climate change impacts.”
There have been brilliant movies about the Muslim quandary in a tentatively free India.
Ex-PM passes away at a government-run hospital where he was admitted two months ago for kidney infection.
Reports suggest China is keen to help improve ties between Islamabad and Delhi.
Both claim to be independent but Pakistan and India have missed the point about being a free people.
Karunanidhi began his political career as an anti-Hindi agitator at 14 and fought regressive social mores all his life.
People were migratory birds, not legal or illegal immigrants.
Will Imran Khan’s pursuit of Jinnah's dream turn out to be any different?
“More significant than who won is who lost,” says former Indian minister Mani Shankar Aiyar.
There’s little time to waste. But reflect we must on the poet’s worst fears about a nation’s fall.